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Which substance would you find within the pericardial cavity?
If cardiac muscle cells were prevented from undergoing aerobic metabolism, what would happen?
Which one of the following is NOT a feature of cardiac muscle on a microscopic level?
A Gap Junction is an example of which type synapse?
Which structure within the heart is considered its “pacemaker” ?
Which of the following best describes the function of intercalated discs?
In to which structure do the pulmonary veins drain?
Which of the following is important to directly trigger contraction within cardiac muscle?
Which of these is NOT a reason why cardiac muscle has a longer contraction cycle than skeletal muscle?
The cardiopulmonary splanchnic nerves innervate the heart to create which effect?